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going to win. there's a report out from cbs. let me give you a quote. says, we went into the evening one of the top advisers said, confident that we had a good path of victory. i don't think there was one person who saw this coming. that's amazing! at best it was going to be an incredibly close victory for the romney campaign. how could no one anticipate that they might possibly lose. that's unbelievable! let's bring everybody back in here. ana, michael mark thompson, mr. emmy winner, and jayar jackson, congressman steve cohen, by the way won a squeaker only got 75% of the vote. and someone else is here seema mehta political writer for "the l.a. times." you covered the romney campaigns. did they really think that they were going to win. >> they really did. i covered john mccain four years ago. four years ago going into election day the writing was on the wall. this time they really did believe that they--they believed their polling. they believed the crowd sizes they were seeing. they were stunned. >> cenk: let me oh follow up on that. again, it was a close popular vote. it wind up being
, of course, texas has taken the lead. of course! a local report from cbs enodal lot fort worth. >> talk of seceding has started again. it's not just the loan star state. petitions from these 14 states have been filed on the white house's website asking for per his to secede. >> tens of thousands are logging on to tell the white house they don't want to be part of the union anymore. a petition filed by micah h. in arlington states the economy is suffering because of the administration's neglect of domestic and foreign spending. >> cenk: yeah, have at it. see how that turns out for you. the last time we tried this idea, 600,000 americans died. so way to be patriotic. >> those signing are literally traitors to this country. they would like to commit treason, literally secede from the united states of america. who leads? texas does. the number of petitions filed or signed, these are the top 10, texas is number one. they must be so proud. louisiana number two florida is third. georgia's at 24, alabama at 23, tennessee at 22,000, and then north carolina, south carolina, arkansas and finally l
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